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12-23-2008 @ 9:48AM
Personally I started raiding in BC and never did a 40 man raid. I don't think I ever want to. I liked Kara and ZA for the nice 10 man raid that I would run with a close knit group of people. 25 man raids were always a stretch.So personally I would not do 40 mans, but I think they might want to bring them in to satisfy the "hardcore" crowd that is so upset with how "easy" things are. I think things get a lot harder when besides knowing the fights, its managing 40 people to act together. Maybe that's what the hardcore people need, not a harder game, just more people to micro manage. And then you can make the 40 man epics like uber epic. I'll stick to my 10 man and an occasional 25.
12-23-2008 @ 10:15AM
This is another really good point: "I liked Kara and ZA for the nice 10 man raid that I would run with a close knit group of people." There was no such thing as a close knit 40 man guild. It was impossible. You might have a close knit group of mages (or priests, or warriors, etc), or a close knit officer group, but that's the closest you'd get. If you didn't like someone, tough noogies. This was especially if they were a class that was in high demand, like druids. We were a pretty good group, behavior wise, but we put up with crap from druids that blows my mind in hindsight.
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